Credits and Acknowledgements

  • Collaborative center for obesity management. . This link opens in a new tab.

    The European Association for the Study of Obesity (EASO) is a federation of professional associations from 36 European countries.

  • AENOR ISO 9001 certificate

    The Liver Transplant Program has the Quality Management System certification following the ISO 9001 Standard and the UNE 179008 Standard for Quality Management Systems for Liver Transplant Units.

  • International Diabetes Federation - Center of Excellence in Diabetes Care

    Center of excellence in the treatment of diabetes of the international network of institutions that provide high-level education for healthcare professionals related to diabetes.

  • DNV GL-Business Assurance

    The Diabetes Unit has received the certification of excellence awarded by DNV GL-Business Assurance, an international certification body, for its educational program for patients starting insulin pump therapy (PAET-ISCI).

  • International Diabetes Federation - Center of Education

    The Diabetes Unit has the IDF Centers of Education accreditation in recognition of its good work in the teaching field.

  • Advanced Certification in accordance with the benchmark for Standardization of Quality Indicators for Comprehensive Care Units for patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    Received by the Inflammatory Intestinal Disease Unit of Hospital Clínic Barcelona, international leader in the development of new diagnostic tools and advanced therapies for Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis.

  • European Reference Network on rare liver diseases (ERN RARE-LIVER) . This link opens in a new tab.

    The Hepatology Service of the ICMDM is a center of excellence within this network in the diagnosis and treatment of minority diseases such as vascular diseases of the liver, autoimmune hepatitis and cholestatic diseases.

  • Bureau Veritas Certification . This link opens in a new tab.

    Certificate issued by Bureau Veritas Certification. Quality standards used for the evaluation will be established by the Spanish Working Group on Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis (GETECCU).

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